Expert’s ‘Dollar-for-Dollar’ Damages Theory Short of Factual Support

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 20 No. 1
Legal and Court Case Update
January 2014
3674 Semiconductors and Related Devices
334413 Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing
intellectual property
lost profits, patent infringement, daubert, expert testimony, causation

Volterra Semiconductor Corp. v. Primarion, Inc.
2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 163970
September 24, 2013
US
Federal Court
California
United States District Court
Michael J. Wagner (Expert 1); Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer (Expert 2) (plaintiff); Dr. Matthew R. Lynde (defendants)
Spero

Summary

In a patent case, in a pretrial ruling, the court finds the plaintiff cannot claim direct harm for lost revenues its foreign subsidiary sustained because of the defendants’ infringement by relying on expert testimony that equated the value of the injury d ...

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Volterra Semiconductor Corp. v. Primarion, Inc.

In a patent case, in a pretrial ruling, the court finds the plaintiff cannot claim direct harm for lost revenues its foreign subsidiary sustained because of the defendants’ infringement by relying on expert testimony that equated the value of the injury d ...